Dr. Alice Holloway Young has had a profound impact on education in Rochester and Monroe County for over fifty years. As a founding trustee of Monroe Community College, and as its chair from 1978 to 1998, she shaped the direction of the college and provided leadership that saw MCC become the premier institution it is today. As an African-American educator in the Rochester City Schools for four decades, Dr. Young was a pioneer. She was among the first African-American teachers, and the first African-American to hold the titles of reading specialist, vice principal, and principal. When Dr. Young retired in 1985, she held the position of supervising director of elementary instruction.
The Dr. Alice Holloway Young Faculty Internship Program provides persons from underrepresented populations with the opportunity to gain teaching experience in a community college. Interns will build valuable credentials through classroom experience, course planning, student evaluation, testing, and advisement. Successful candidates will begin the internship with a professional development semester and then may teach one or two courses per semester for a maximum of two teaching semesters.
To be considered for the Dr. Alice Holloway Young Faculty Internship, applicants must meet two of the academic requirements below.
Applications are accepted continuously and are valid for one year. While applications are accepted throughout the year, applications are reviewed in October for spring consideration and in April for fall. Successful applicants will be provided one-semester of professional development experience before being assigned a course. Course assignments are based on availability of sections in the candidate’s discipline.
To Apply: http://jobs.monroecc.edu/pools/1591
For more information about the Dr. Alice Holloway Young Faculty Internship Program, please contact:
Human Resources Department
1000 E. Henrietta Road
Rochester, NY 14623
Building 1, Room 321
Hours: 8:45 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Phone: (585) 292-2108